The usage of the tool is very simple. There are some command line options you can use.
- -D gives you a debug output. It's usefull if you want to send me an email for debugging.
- -d dumps all data stored in internal memory (for devices with small memory, there are 208 values).
- -b dump all data from devices with big memory (new hardware versions) [experimental]
- -s determines the status from the device. See status informations for more details.
- -i sets the output for invalide values (unreachable senors for example), default is hidden
- -h prints ahelp text
- -v prints the version number of te923tool
If you start the tool (you have to start it as root), you get a colon separated line with all values. Unknown values (if sensor is not present) are hidden.
T0:H0:T1:H1:T2:H2:T3:H3:T4:H4:T5:H5:PRESS:UV:FC:STORM:WD:WS:WG:WC:RC - T0 - temperature from internal sensor in °C - H0 - humidity from internal sensor in % rel - T1..5 - temperature from external sensor 1..4 in °C - H1..5 - humidity from external sensor 1...4 in % rel - PRESS - air pressure in mBar - UV - UV index from UV sensor - FC - station forecast, see below for more details - STORM - stormwarning; 0 - no warning, 1 - fix your dog - WD - wind direction in n x 22.5°; 0 -> north - WS - wind speed in m/s - WG - wind gust speed in m/s - WC - windchill temperature in °C - RC - rain counter (maybe since station starts measurement) as value weather forecast means (as precisely as possible) 0 - heavy snow 1 - little snow 2 - heavy rain 3 - little rain 4 - cloudy 5 - some clouds 6 - sunny
If you use the option -s you get a status report of the device. The output is
SYSSW:BARSW:EXTSW:RCCSW:WINSW:BATR:BATU:BATW:BAT5:BAT4:BAT5:BAT2:BAT1 SYSSW - software version of system controller BARSW - software version of barometer EXTSW - software version of UV and channel controller RCCSW - software version of rain controller WINSW - software version of wind controller BATR - battery of rain sensor (1-good (not present), 0-low) BATU - battery of UV sensor (1-good (not present), 0-low) BATW - battery of wind sensor (1-good (not present), 0-low) BAT5 - battery of sensor 5 (1-good (not present), 0-low) BAT4 - battery of sensor 4 (1-good (not present), 0-low) BAT3 - battery of sensor 3 (1-good (not present), 0-low) BAT2 - battery of sensor 2 (1-good (not present), 0-low) BAT1 - battery of sensor 1 (1-good (not present), 0-low)